Link Lending Ltd v Bustard L.J. Mummery

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Link Lending Ltd v Bustard 2010 Court of Appeal
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Link Lending Ltd v Bustard L.J. Mummery
1 Rule
1.1 LRA 2002 S29 schedule 3 para 2
1.1.1 Replaces LRA 1925 S70(1)(g)
1.1.2 Ms Bustard was in actual occupation
1.1.2.1 Sufficient degree of continuity and permanence of occupation
1.1.2.2 involuntary residence elsewhere
1.1.2.3 persistent intention to return home when possible
1.1.2.3.1 evidenced by regular visits
1.1.2.4 Evidence of absence from property did not mean absence of evidence of actual occurpation
2 Primary facts
2.1 Not in property when Link Lending Limited registered charge over property
2.2 In a residential care home for a year
2.3 Incapable of living safely in property
2.4 Visits to property brief and supervised
2.5 Her furnished home
2.6 Other people had taken responsibility of her finances to pay the bills
2.7 Applied to Mental Health Tribunal to return home
2.8 No final and irrevocable decision not to be permitted home
3 Obiter dicta
3.1 Cann
3.1.1 Acts preparatory to assumption of actual occupation
3.2 Distinguishable from Stockholm
3.2.1 new and special feature is in the psychiatric problems of the person claiming actual occupation
3.3 Thompson v Foy
3.3.1 Decision is supportable in law and in fact
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